Edit: WHY WERE MY AUTHOR'S NOTES SO BAD
Chapter 5! This will be a kinda long chapter because it's the last one. But there may be a sequel! :) Maybe. Probably… You know what, instead of raising possible false hope, why don't I just go ahead and thank those who reviewed?
Morgan and The Holograms: Really? Cool! :) Wait…does that mean you went to the same school I do? O.o Probably not…I'm pretty sure they have those text books at every school…
Peaches of History: What? Now you're making me jealous! :) The only Finn merchandise I have is a little figurine and a plush toy…I want Finn pillows! Then again…what would my friends say when they come over and see my room?
Mere: …Very awkward…O_O Thanks for catching that…Man, why is it always you that catches my spelling mistakes? :) Hopefully my friend Worst Dream. Best Nightmare. can become my editor soon…
MimiMcAwesome: Well, this chapter's gonna be long. :) And I wish it shot missiles…and talked…and resembled Finn better, actually…:(
"He… He did?" Finn smiled.
Holley nodded energetically.
"Holley, that's wonderful! But… Do calm down…"
Eight months pregnant, Holley was pacing around inside Siddeley. Finn wanted her to come with him so they could contact C.H.R.O.M.E. together.
"Calm down, Holley. It's almost over." Finn frowned.
"Almost isn't good enough!" She snapped.
"Holley! Relax! Please."
Holley sighed and nodded. "I'm sorry, Finn… I just…"
"I know, Holley."
Lightning came racing into town.
"LIGHTNIN'! How many times have I got ta tell ya—" The Sheriff started to scold.
"Chick's coming!" Lightning cried.
Everyone suddenly had worried expressions on their faces. Everyone except Finn and Holley, who had confused looks.
Lightning rolled over to them, and dropped his voice. "Um… Holley? You might wanna… Chick has a tendency to… Assume stuff, and I'm pretty sure Mater would introduce you…"
Finn and Holley nodded.
"Come on, Holley." Finn motioned for Holley to follow him.
Holley was safely inside Siddeley by the time Chick came driving into town.
"What?" Lightning asked.
"I heard there was a hot British chick here. Where is she?" Chick asked eagerly.
"She's not here." Finn spoke up in a stern voice.
Chick looked at him for a second. "Well, then where is she? You'd know, right?
"I'm afraid that's classified."
"Yeah! Stay away from 'er!" Mater angrily said.
"Well, what do we have here? Why are you so concerned, tow truck?"
Finn looked at Mater as if to tell him to keep quiet. Of course, Mater ignored him.
"She's my fiancé!"
Chick burst out laughing. "Ha! Yeah, right!" He said and drove away laughing.
Mater looked down sadly. Lightning drove over to him to comfort him. Finn drove over, too.
"McQueen, how long do you suppose Chick will stay?"
"…Considering how fast he drove away… I'd say he's leaving town."
"So it's safe for Holley to come back out?"
"I'd say so." Lightning shrugged.
Finn nodded and drove away.
"I am absolutely tired of waiting…" Holley exclaimed while she and Finn were driving around with Mater.
"Well, you've done an excellent job of it. You just have to remember—"
"Yes, a spy is patient, I know… But I just hate this! I don't even have anything to be excited about! She's going to be put up for adoption!"
"Holley, you can keep her, if you wish…" Finn reminded her.
"I know, but…" Holley sighed.
"Hol, you know I wouldn't mind." Mater told her.
"I know, Mater, but I would…"
"We understand, Holley."
"Jist keep in mind tha' it's almost over…"
Holley smiled at her fiancé.
A month later, Holley sat at the café. She was listening to the conversations around her. There was Luigi and Guido speaking in Italian, though she understood every word, Sarge and Fillmore were arguing over something, Lizzie was sleeping, Flo was talking to Mia and Tia about something, and Lightning was talking to Ramone about something. Everyone else was either off doing their job, like Mater, or enjoying the nice day elsewhere.
All she could think about was how much she missed Finn.
Holley sighed and drove from the café. She didn't want to go too far, considering the condition she was in, but she just felt like… Driving. She really loved this town, but staying here for almost a year was… Well, it had gotten boring, as much as she hated to admit it. There wasn't exactly a lot to do.
Lost in thought again, she couldn't help but feel depressed about her situation once again. Why her? When was it going to be over? Why couldn't it just be over?
Suddenly the sound of a jet was heard, causing everyone to look to the skies. It was Siddeley!
"Finn!" Holley smiled, and drove towards his usual landing site, careful not to go too fast.
"Holley!" Finn smiled, surprised. I'd have thought you were relaxing at the café or something."
Holley shook her head. "I saw Sid and drove over here as fast as I could."
Finn's smile was replaced by a concerned expression. "Not too fast, right?"
Holley smiled and shook her head. "No, I was careful." She reassured. "So, how was your mission? Did everything go smoothly?"
Finn chuckled. "It would have helped to have you and your electro-shockers along…"
"I wish I could've gone with you…" Holley looked to the ground sadly.
"Soon, Holley." Finn smiled as he drove up next to her. "Now, come on. I promised Siddeley's I'd get him something."
A few days later, Finn and Holley were casually driving through town enjoying the clouds that blocked out the usual hot sun. Everyone was informed of the rare chance of rain, which made Holley a bit excited. Having not been back in England or almost a year, she was beginning to miss the rain.
Suddenly, a sharp pain rippled inside Holley. She stopped and winced in pain.
"Holley?" Finn turned in confusion. "What's the matter?"
"I… I don't know, I…" She took a deep breath.
"Do you think it's…" Finn's tone was more concerned than before.
"…yeah, it—it has to be." She decided.
"Come on. Let's get you to the clinic." Finn held out his tire and he and Holley drove side by side in the direction they came from.
Finn was pacing the ground outside the Radiator Springs clinic.
"Son, you need to calm down." Said a voice behind him. Finn turned to see the Sheriff.
"I can't just calm down! Holley's in there, and… Mater isn't even here to—" Finn's eyes widened. "Bloody hell, I forgot about Mater." He scolded himself. "Excuse me," Finn told Sheriff and hastily made his way back to Siddeley. He turned on his radio.
"Sid!" Finn called into it.
"Huh?" He sounded groggy. He must have been napping, Finn thought. "What's up? What do you need?"
"I need to call Mater. Have the computer ready, I'm on my way to you."
"I'm pretty sure Mater and Lightning are busy with their race—"
"Siddeley, it's Holley. We have to get him."
"Does he know?" the Sheriff asked once Finn returned.
"Siddeley's on his way to bring him back here. Anything happen while I was gone?"
Finn let out a sigh of relief.
"Finn, you need to calm down. She's going to be alright."
"…I know, but…"
They heard Holley cry out in pain from inside.
Finn wanted to drive in and help somehow, but Sheriff stopped him.
"She's fine." He told him sternly.
Finn sighed and backed up. "I'm going to kill Tomber…"
"Didn't you already put him in prison? Isn't that enough?"
Finn was silent.
The two cars heard another cry of pain. Finn looked worriedly towards the door.
"She will be fine." Sheriff said, enunciating each word.
"Ah'm here! Ah'm here!" Mater was racing towards the clinic a few hours later. Finn let out a sigh of relief.
"Is Holley alright?" He asked once he had gotten to Finn.
"I… I think so." Finn told him.
"How long have ya been waitin'?" Mater asked.
"Not long." Finn replied.
Finn and Mater turned to see a car peeking out the doors of the clinic. She motioned for he and Mater to come inside.
Holley was now asleep, and there was a small indigo Jaguar in a small crib. Mater rushed over to her, while Finn slowly drove up to the infant car. She looked up at Finn with the same eyes as Holley's. The nurse and doctor left, and Finn settled himself off to the side.
The end! Yeah, I know, the ending sucked…Review if you wanna. :) It would make me ha-ppy! (3 Oh, and keep an eye out for the sequel that's to take place about… 10… 15 years after the first story.